|How To Apply:||See Special Info Section|
|Prerequisites:||Priority target audience for LAMS is E-5. Secondary priority will be given to GS 9-11, O-1, O-2, and E-6. It is highly recommended that O-1s and O-2s attend this course regardless of accession level LAMS training. Other eligible students include CG NAF employees (all), CG Work-Life (all), CG Aux personnel (FC, VFC, and FSO), and other federal or state agency employees in positions of leadership. Personnel who have completed LAMS previously, more than 36 months ago, are eligible and encouraged to re-attend LAMS.|
Resident classes are managed by the Training Quota Management Center (TQC). Those classes are held at TRACEN Petaluma, TRACEN Yorktown, and the Leadership Development Center.
Exportable classes (other than Resident classes) are managed by the Host Unit POC. Units are NOT to submit an ETR for these classes. The unit shall coordinate directly with the hosting unit for class availability.
How to Apply
Members seeking to attend LAMS should first attempt to attend an exportable class that is in the vicinity of their assigned unit.
Exportable classes are reserved for personnel assigned to units in the vicinity of the hosting unit. Host unit POCís shall build the class roster with members from the local area, and submit the proposed roster to the lead instructor for approval. Once approved, hosting unit POCís are responsible for ensuring submissions of ETRs for students selected to attend. If you cannot attend an exportable class, you should request a resident LAMS class.
Members seeking Resident class at LDC or TRACENís Petaluma or Yorktown shall work with their respective unitís training officer to submit an ETR in Direct Access requesting attendance to the desired session number. Alternate session number(s) should be placed in the comments section of the ETR.
For additional information regarding LAMS, please contact the LAMS School Chief, LTJG Christopher Reimer, at Christopher.P.Reimer@uscg.mil or (860) 701-6543.
LAMS is a unique 5-day course which develops Leadership and Management Skills for direct supervisors and mid-level leaders through an experience-based curriculum. All successful graduates of the LAMS course will receive 3 upper-level college credits in Organizational Development from the American Council on Education. LAMS is a performance based requirement for advancement to First Class Petty Officer (E-6).Additional information: LAMS Website http://www.cga.edu/subsites/ldccourses.aspx?id=2743
|Facility Name||Start Date||End Date||Session #|
|CG TRACEN PETALUMA||6/6/2016||6/10/2016||1582|
|CAPE COD MA||6/6/2016||6/10/2016||1583|
|ATC MOBILE, AL||6/13/2016||6/17/2016||1584|
|CG SECTOR NEW ORLEANS||6/13/2016||6/17/2016||1585|
|Base Miami Beach||6/20/2016||6/24/2016||1587|
|Leadership Development Center||6/27/2016||7/1/2016||1588|
|CG TRACEN PETALUMA||7/18/2016||7/22/2016||1590|
|CG TRACEN YORKTOWN||7/25/2016||7/29/2016||1591|
|WASHINGTON DC AREA TRNG FAC||8/29/2016||9/2/2016||1592|
|Leadership Development Center||9/26/2016||9/30/2016||1598|
|Leadership Development Center||8/1/2016||8/5/2016||1602|
|SECTOR CORPUS CHRISTI||6/6/2016||6/10/2016||1609|
|CG BASE BOSTON, MA||7/11/2016||7/15/2016||1618|